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Education Spending Takes Shape

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Fiscal 2003

Bush 2004 Request House Appropriations Committee Senate Appropriations Committee
Title I grants to districts: $11.68 billion $12.35 billion $12.35 billion $12.35 billion
Special education grants to states: $8.87 billion $9.53 billion $9.87 billion $9.86 billion
Teacher-quality grants to states: $2.93 billion $2.85 billion $2.93 billion $2.85 billion
Impact aid: $1.076 billion $907.5 million $1.12 billion $1.08 billion
21st Century Community Learning Centers: $994 million $600 million $1 billion $1 billion
Rural education: $168 million $0 $170 million $168 million
Pell Grants: $11.36 billion $12.72 billion $12.25 billion $12.18 billion
Reading First: $994 million $1.05 billion $1.05 billion $1 billion
Discretionary total for Department of Education: $53.11 billion $53.14 billion $55.38 billion $54.61 billion

Vol. 22, Issue 42, Page 31

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